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ITU-T workshop on "From Speech to Audio: bandwidth extension, binaural perception"   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars        ITU-T workshop on "From Speech to Audio: bandwidth extension, binaural perception"  Lannion, France, 10 – 12 September 2008 Contact: tsbworkshops@itu.int   Visa Requirements For entry requirements and visa application forms for France, please see: http://www.visafrance.co.uk/ and http://france.visahq.com/requirements/France/   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU 2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page : TSB EDH Updated : 2008-07-10  
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Score: 729443.16 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/speechaudio/visa.html
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For peacekeeping, a crisis of perception stems from real and alleged incidences of peacekeeper involvement. (...) These perceptions and any substance behind them need to be addressed directly by DPKO. (...) Again, there is little corroborating evidence available to prove or disprove such allegations. 9. This perception of a large-scale use of the services of victims by peacekeepers is exacerbated by an equally strong perception that peacekeeping institutions do not take the issue seriously.
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Score: 728701.86 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...anTraffickingPolicy03-2004.pdf
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Le PNUD appuie les échanges avec les députés sur la perception des conflits et les mécanismes de leur gestion | Programme De Développement Des Nations Unies Aller au contenu principal Bénin Nous connaître Notre travail Notre impact Nous rejoindre Global Nav toggle Search Nous connaître Notre travail Notre impact Nous rejoindre English Locations Home Bénin Le PNUD appuie les échanges avec les députés sur la perception des conflits et les mécanismes de leur gestion Le PNUD appuie les échanges avec les députés sur la perception des conflits et les mécanismes de leur gestion Posted 29 mars 2022 Photo de famille des participants à l'atelier d'échanges avec les députés sur la perception des conflits et les mécanismes de gestion dans les communes frontalières du Bénin. Crédit photo: Roger Attemba/ PNUD Bénin La salle de réunion de l’hôtel JECO de Dassa a abrité du 28 au 30 mars 2022, l’atelier d’échanges avec les députés sur la perception des conflits et les mécanismes de leur gestion dans les communes frontalières du Bénin.
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Score: 728425.24 - https://www.undp.org/fr/benin/...%C3%A9canismes-de-leur-gestion
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Böl, International Conference on Risk Assessment and Management, Genf, 25.11.2009 Communication of risks • multi-dimensional , participative , transparent , proactive • targeted, stepwise involvement of different stakeholder groups • strategic use of multipliers (physicians, pharmacists, teachers, educators • multiple ways of information (leaflets, internet, TV, cinema) • consideration of different modes of risk perception and irrational reactions science media politics NGOs, non profit economy consumers authorities, public instit. building up confidence takes long – losing it happen s abruptly G. (...) Böl, International Conference on Risk Assessment and Management, Genf, 25.11.2009 Risk perception: over- and underestimation of risks • optimistic bias : under-estimation of individual risks, often regarding unhealthy behaviour (smoking, unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity) • defensive optimism : to deny hazards, believe in mother nature (safe and gracious) • functional optimism : over-estimation of own (re)action possibilities (illusoric control) 4.477 persons died by road accidents in Germany in 2008 (= 12 dead persons per day ) ‘that happens to others, but not to me‘ car accident, daily Differences in risk perception depend on media reports , usualness or dreadfulness of risks 11. (...) Böl, International Conference on Risk Assessment and Management, Genf, 25.11.2009 • user-defined use of the precautionary principle • learning from failures of the past (BSE, gene technology) • appeasement or generating panic • unfair comparisons of risks • high level of transparency to build up trust • disrespect of sociocultural criteria of risk perception • consideration of sociocultural criteria of risk perception • hope for self-regulation of the topic (‘good thing‘) • persistance in own community • transfer of knowledge and empirical formula already in school • multimedial translation of science • illusion of direct transfer of scientific knowledge • targeted use of multipliers and trustworthy institutions • exclusive search for consensus• acceptance and enabling of constructive dissent • participation as acrobatics• participation as real challenge • medial self control because of lacking willingness for dialogue (wait and see) • consideration of subjective fears • information about the level of uncertainty, risks and benefit No goGo for F E D E R A L IN S T IT U T E F O R R IS K A S S E S S M E N T Thank you for your attention !
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Score: 728425.24 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...SpeakersBio/PPTs/pres_boel.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Blog post Giving to charity: answering false perceptions about UNICEF - from playground to parliament If you’re considering giving to charity, the false perceptions about individual charities abound. (...) As the  myths abound about larger charities , so do the false perceptions about individual humanitarian organisations, like UNICEF. (...) From the playground to parliament, we’re shining the light on two of the most common questions and perceptions surrounding UNICEF South Africa and what giving to this charity would entail. 1.
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Score: 728425.24 - https://www.unicef.org/southaf...t-unicef-playground-parliament
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ITU-T workshop on "From Speech to Audio: bandwidth extension, binaural perception"   عربي   |   中文   |   Español   |   Français   |   Русский     Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars        ITU-T workshop on "From Speech to Audio: bandwidth extension, binaural perception"  Lannion, France, 10 – 12 September 2008 Contact: tsbworkshops@itu.int   Hotel Accomodation No block hotel reservations have been made.
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Score: 727347.27 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/speechaudio/hotel.html
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Service provision: Access and distribution 12 2. Perceptions of women and girls associated with JAS and children born of sexual violence 14 3. (...) It was found that the most negative perceptions were held by the ‘new’ community leaders, especially the women leaders. (...) KII, Dalori I camp, 22 October 2015 'BAD BLOOD' 19 The research also highlighted the differences in perceptions between different communities. These perceptions seem to have been shaped by the history of conflict in the specific LGA, including the presence or provenance of JAS members in a specific LGA.
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Score: 726435.25 - https://www.unicef.org/wca/med...le/Bad%20Blood%20EN%202016.pdf
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Microsoft Word - abstract_patniak_5apr10.doc The seemingly large-scale diffusion of manufacturing activities from the metropolitan economies, notably the United States (US), to China, and of a range of IT-related services to India, raises the question whether this trend is an application to the world economy of Arthur Lewis’ (1954) perception of economic development “with unlimited supplies of labour.” The main difference between the current reality and the Lewisian perception consists in the fact that this “spread” of the modern sector does not actually lead to a using up of, or a reduction in the magnitude of, world labour reserves, whether in absolute terms or even relative to the world population.
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Score: 726303.76 - https://www.un.org/development...ps_abstract_patniak_5apr10.pdf
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This situation overview presents children’s concerns and perceptions of the available services outside accommodation sites (camps), focusing on education, healthcare, protection and food. (...) Children’s perceptions were also influenced by whether or not they planned to remain in Greece in the longer term. (...) Food was a concern for most children and often linked to their perception of not being taken care of by service providers.
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Score: 726157.13 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sit...services_off_site_final_v6.pdf
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Determine the CLD seed structure From your interrelationship digraph – Identify your output or outcome of interest variable – Identify an intervention/driving variable at your reference level Determine the CLD seed structure Session Four 6 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn Surface seed model using drivers and outcomes Session Four 7 Surface seed model using main drivers and outcomes Session Four 8 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC Session outline • Identify the causal loop diagram (CLD) seed structure • Build a causal loop diagram • Identify polarity of variable relationships • Identify feedback loops • Identify leverage points Session Four 9 • Determine the “seed structure”: – Identify your output or outcome of interest variable – Identify a intervention variable at your reference level • Explore the linkages between these variables and identify intervening variables that explain the situation Building your own System Map Session Four 10 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn Identify intermediate variables using IRD as a guide Session Four 11 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC neonatal survival health education by health workers mothers' birth preparedness Insert intermediate variables using IRD as a guide Session Four 12 • Determine the “seed structure”: – Identify your output or outcome of interest variable – Identify your key intervention variable • Explore the linkages between these variables and identify intervening variables that explain the situation • Explore linkages amongst the other key variables in your system, looking for feedback loops Building your own System Map Session Four 13 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn Build CLD – drawing on relationships identified in IRD Session Four 14 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn Build CLD – drawing on relationships identified in IRD 15 • Determine the “seed structure”: – Identify your output or outcome of interest variable – Identify your key intervention variable • Explore the linkages between these variables and identify intervening variables that explain the situation • Explore linkages amongst the other key variables in your system, looking for feedback loops • Identify additional variables to be added to the system to better explain the relationship between two variables Building your own System Map Session Four 16 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn ??? 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Build CLD – drawing on relationships identified in IRD 17 mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths mothers' birth preparedness care of newborn trust in the healthcare service Mothers' frustration (long waiting times, stock outs) Identify and add additional variables to deepen understanding of the relationships 18 Indicate delays Session Four 19 Session outline • Identify the causal loop diagram (CLD) seed structure • Build a causal loop diagram • Identify polarity of variable relationships • Identify feedback loops • Identify leverage points Session Four 20 • Pick a starting variable in your CLD • Assess whether arrows between two variables indicate change in the same or opposite direction • For each “pair” of variables decide what would happen if variable A changed: would it result in a change in the same direction (+) or opposite direction (-) in variable B? (...) Overcoming policy resistance mothers attending ANC, hospital deliveries and PNC level of awareness of MHC and NHC health of mothers death risk of neonate safe deliveries and PNC socio-economic status resource adequacy (staffing, drugs, logistics and supplies) neonatal survival health education by health workers perceptions and belief in myths + + + + - mothers' birth preparedness + + - - -- + care of newborn + - + - - - + + trust in the healthcare service + + Mothers' frustration (long waiting times, stock outs) - - - + + + + + R B Examine the systems map 46 • Feedback loops • Dynamic changes • Leverage points • Policy resistance Identify the following: • Underlying issue for which this CLD has been developed • Reference level informing the CLD • Source of information used to construct the CLD?
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Score: 726157.13 - https://www.who.int/alliance-h...op_Diagram_Presentation_FV.pdf
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